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Popular Attractions near Sandycove

If you're a first time visitor to Sandycove, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near Sandycove.

What are some good attractions near Sandycove?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions near Sandycove.

George's Street
Killiney Hill Park
Dublin Bay
Dundrum Town Centre
Sandyford Rd County Dublin

(01) 299 1700
Johnnie Fox's Pub
Ballybetagh Road Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

(01) 295 5647
North Bull Island
North Bull Island Nature Reserve, Dollymount Dublin, Ireland
St Anne's Park & Rose Gardens
All Saints Rd Dublin, Ireland
Bord Gàis Energy Theatre
Grand Canal Square Co. Dublin

(01) 677 7999
Fitzwilliam Square
2 Fitzwilliam Pl Dublin, County Dublin

(01) 222 2222
Merrion Square Park
Páirc Chearnóg Mhuirfean Dublin, Ireland
Bray Head
Dublin, Ireland
DART Dublin Area Rapid Transit
Pearse St Dublin City, Dublin

(01) 703 3504
Toners Pub
139 Lwr Baggot St Dublin, Ireland
Rathgar Rd County Dublin, Ireland


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"I prefer George's Street/Aungier St/Camden Street Lower for pubs."  See More

"There are wonderful views of Dublin from Killiney Hill Park ( a 15 minute walk from Dalkey DART station) or walk along Howth Head or pier and have a good seafood lunch/dinner in either village."  See More

"Hello, There are so many hotels in Dublin.. In city centre there are 3 posh hotels. But those would be 4-5 strar and very expensive ones: The Westbury Hotel right in the main area and the heart of Dublin) You might not stay there, but you can also pop in the for cup of coffee (well its 6 eur, but environment is what you pay for. also very expensive, but gorgeous. see the photos-really cool place,maybe after your shopping or a walk on Grafton Street. Another is like nearly Irish symbol The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance HotelAnd The Gresham Hotel, its on O'Connell Street Upper-the main street in Dublin. There are lovely hotels and not that expensive ones. Just a few to mention Jurys Inn Parnell Street Dublin not that far from Dublin centre, all is so close, price is cool, plus nice hotel ! Herbert Park Hotel Gibson hotel(this one is very handy if your'e going to 3Arena, since is just beside it. But it's a bit out of the city, and no attractions near by. Also, i would advice if you're driving-this hotels is super.Otherwise, not very good in terms of connecting to the city -only taxi. Dublin Skylon Hotel this hotel is not that long after a big renovation they had. It's not that far from city, very good prices, plus handy -lots of public transport, and on the way to airport (you'll get to the airport from this hotel in about 30 mins.well depends on the time as well.) They offer very good prices Another LOVELY hotel is Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Custom House if you're planning to visit the Kilmaingham Goal (historical place and must see, just don't forget to book tickets in advance for this one !!! ) So summarising-go for coffee or tea to city central hotels-theya re all awesome. But you can stay a bit further from city and save :) Skylon, Juryss IN -would be really good choice :) Enjoy your TRIP !!!!"  See More

"Dundrum Town Centre is a big, multi-storey shopping centre a few miles outside Dublin - a short ride on the Luas (tram)."  See More

"I would also recommend going to Powerscourt Gardens for a gorgeous garden that you can get a Dublin bus to and Johnnie Fox's Pub for a real traditional Irish Pub experience, you would get to this by taxi or bus tour."  See More

"The North Bull Island is on your way, it's a great place to take a walk."  See More

"The weather tends to be very versatile, but on nice days you can go to the seaside, there are a few places: Portmarnock Beach, Royal Dublin Golf Club, Howth (very nice cliff walk with a lovely pub at the end), Bray Head (you can also take the DART to Greystones and walk there)."  See More

"For mainstream plays go to Abbey Theatre Peacock Theatre Gate Theatre or Bord Gàis Energy Theatre For quirkier plays go to Project Arts Centre or Smock Alley Theatre, 1662 There are usually low priced shows on Mondays."  See More

"Merrion SquareFitzwilliam Square, Lower Baggot Street and St Stephen's Green are all good places to look."  See More

"I highly recommend a trip along the coast on the DART Dublin Area Rapid Transit - you can travel from the city centre north to Howth a lovely fishing village with some excellent fish restaurants and amazing coastal walks (e."  See More

"Personally I like the traditional places such as Neary's, Kehoe's and Toners Pub."  See More

"You have a lot of thing to do but in two days i will do this: Guinness Storehouse, Christ Church Cathedral, Howth small city far 25 minutes from Dublin and Trinity College."  See More

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